The Argentinian Facundo Campazzo had another outstanding performance for Denver nuggets in what was the triumph by 126 to 96 against Oklahoma city thunder as a visitor.
The base ended with a template that reflected nine points, one assist, two rebounds and three steals in 24 minutes of action, having been the sixth player with the most time on the court in the team of Michael Malone. His offensive task, in addition, reflected a high percentage of field shots with four scored out of five attempted (80%, with one out of two on triples).
Serbian Nikola Jokic He was once again a fundamental player for the Colorado franchise when he finished with a triple-double of 19 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists, to which he added two steals in the defensive facet. The Canadian base Jamal murray, meanwhile, was Denver’s top scorer with 26 points, plus two rebounds and five assists.
The triumph meant for the Nuggets to reach the 17 wins this season, those that accompany the 15 defeats in the irregular gait that the team has presented in the West. They are currently located in the eighth place in his conference, which for now means Malone’s should play the play-in to see if they manage to get into the playoffs.
Campazzo will see action again tomorrow, from 11pm, when he faces the Chicago Bulls for the first time this season at the United Center.
The curious cry of Campazzo when scoring a layup
The “humorous” moment of the night occurred when, after recovering a ball in defense, Facundo Campazzo ran unrivaled on the horizon toward the Oklahoma rim. There, after a soft tray, the ball seemed to rest for half a second on the edge of the hoop until finally entering with suspense for the colon. The Cordoba, histrionic as always, he gave a curious cry that even aroused laughter from the Denver reporters, who repeated the moment during the broadcast.